Pleurotus eryngii, also known as Pleurotus eryngii, is named for its flavor of almond and the taste of abalone. Rich in protein, carbohydrates, vitamins, calcium, magnesium, copper, zinc and other minerals, it can improve the immune function of the human body, and has anti-cancer, hypolipidemic, gastrointestinal and beauty effects on the human body.


1 Pleurotus eryngii
1 piece of pork
8 peppers
60g peanut oil
2 g salt
15 grams of raw tobacco
5g oyster sauce
15g cooking wine
3 garlic seeds
1 star anise
1 piece of cinnamon


Step 1
Food preparation

Step 2
Pour water into the pot, add the washed pork, star anise and cinnamon, and cook for 10 minutes

Step 3
Remove and cool. Slice

Step 4
Garlic seeds and chili peppers are processed and chopped

Step 5
Wash and slice Pleurotus eryngii

Step 6
In oil pan, add garlic seeds and pepper to saute until fragrant. Sprinkle a little salt and stir well. Remove

Step 7
In another oil pan, add the pork and stir fry until yellowish. Remove

Step 8
Leave oil in the pan, add the Pleurotus eryngii and stir fry for a while

Step 9
Stir well with salt

Step 10
Add pork and pepper, pour in soy sauce and stir well

Step 11
Add oyster sauce and stir well

Step 12
Pour in the cooking wine and stir well, then out of the pot

Step 13
Enjoy it.